The Port-au-Prince Field Office has jurisdiction over U.S. immigration benefits in the French-speaking islands of the West Indies. The islands include: Haiti, Guadeloupe, Martinique, St. Martin, and Cayenne.
We are located a few miles away from the International Airport, in the New Embassy Compound in Tabarre and across the street from the Valerio Canez show room. Our office is next door to the Capital Coach Line and the United Nations buildings.
The office is open to the public, Monday through Friday from 7:30AM to 2:30PM.
To obtain information regarding the welfare of U.S. citizens residing in Haiti, please visit the Dept. of State website at http://haiti.usembassy.gov/index.html or call 1-888-407-4747.
011-509-2229-8000 extension 8409
(From the U.S.)
(From within Haiti)
For an appointment you need to contact the USCIS office, by phone, between 1:30 PM and 2:30 PM.
Walk-ins are accepted in our office on a first come-first served basis by following the new schedule.
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Accessibility for individuals with special needs is available.
Fees for applications and petitions are listed in the Forms section of the USCIS website. The fees for all applications and petitions submitted to this office must be paid with either U.S. dollars, in Cash or Certified Checks drawn on a U.S. Bank, or a U.S. banking institution.
Immigration forms are available in the Forms section of the USCIS website.
For in-depth information about visas, please check the Visa Services section of the U.S. Department of State website.
U.S. citizens who legally reside in Haiti may file Form I-130 (Petition for Alien Relative) at the Port-au-Prince Field Office by mail or in person during normal business hours.
All documents that are not in the English language must be accompanied by a certified English language translation.
U.S. Immigration offices overseas do not accept or process Naturalization applications from U.S. Lawful Permanent Residents (LPRs) that live overseas. Visit the Citizenship section of the USCIS Website for Naturalization eligibility criteria and the proper filing procedures.
The Port-au-Prince Field Office does not issue Humanitarian Parole. Individuals must apply for Humanitarian parole by submitting their applications to:
For US Postal Service (USPS) Deliveries:USCIS Dallas Lockbox
For Express mail and courier deliveries:USCIS
Instructions on how to file an application for Humanitarian Parole are located on Form I-131.
The Port-au-Prince Field Office does not issue or extend re-entry permits. Instructions on how to obtain or replace a Re-Entry permit are in the How Do I Get A Travel Document section of the USCIS website.
A transportation letter may be issued to a U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident to replace a lost or stolen Alien Registration Card (Form I-551) by visiting the Port-au-Prince office during normal business hours.
The following documents will be required: